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We have lost the 2 keys to take out the in car cd/mp3 player. daughter has got new car and wants to swap player from old car to new one. G C E 7355 MP 3 we were just wanting to know if we can buy some. thanyou

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Well if there a star keys then its possible any computer store will have big box full of junk keys that should fit if its not a star key then you need to goto radio installer and see if they have spares for model

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Stereo wiring is actually really simple, the memory problem is probably down to an simple swapped wire, on a head unit there is a red and a yellow cable, one of which needa a permanent feed to keep your memory. As it is at the moment, if the cd player works with no key in the ignition then it seems as though these two have been swapped. If you dont need the cd player to run with they key out, simply swap these two wires. If you do want it to run with no key, then connect both red and yellow to the same feed, try it, if it doesn't work, conect both to the other feed.

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My bet is that the reason you loose the setting every time the key is turned off is because you have no constant power going to your yellow wire. With the power on major brands of cd players there are 3 "power" wires. One is black which is ground, one is red which is the accessory power, this is only on when the car is on, and the last one is the yellow which is constant which stays on all the time so that your cd player can keep settings. Good luck. Let me know if you need more help.
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Specifications can be found at the radio manufacturers web site.

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